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THE DARK SIDE
The Magazine Of The Macabre And Fantastic
Modern Horror Monthly Magazine from United Kingdom


- First issue: 1990
- Issued every 6 weeks, 9 per year.
- Months are not shown on covers so from #196 are this site's additions.
- Published by Ghoulish Publishing Limited
- Website: www.thedarksidemagazine.com/

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Issue 99
October/November 2002
Things ain't what they used to be for fear favourite John Carpenter; An ultra-rare interview with Francisco Barilli; From scream queen to stunt lady, we catch up with the fearless Miss Jasie Lanier; Fantasporto 2002; Taboo!; Sense and Censorability


Issue 98
August/September 2002
Oh you nasty man!: He has a bucket for a head and an eye for a cheap horror movie - meet VIPCO boss Mike Lee.
Max Deadroom: An exclusive, up to date interview with the co-head of the legendary Amicus Pictures, Max J. Rosenberg.
The Jackson three: Steve Biodrowski talks to Lord Of The Rings director Peter Jackson on the problems of filming the Tolkien Trilogy.
Puppet master: Respected filmmaker and puppeteer Jan Svankmayer expounds his theories on art and surrealism.
The Dark Side horror guide: From Seeds Of Destruction to Sexbomb.
DVD video library: Allan Bryce checks out the latest DVD releases including Atomic War Bride, This Is Not A Test, Nightmares Of A Damaged Brain, The Grim Reaper, Beyond The Darkness, Dust, Beach Girls And The Monster, Brain From Planet Arous/Teenage Monster, Flight To Mars, Night Of The Ghouls, Thir13en Ghosts, Session 9, The Mothman Prophecies, From Hell, The Others, First Men In The Moon, Dracula 1977), The Hound Of The Baskervilles, Legend, Vidocq.
Diana Dors: 2nd part of the exhaustive profile of Britain's original blonde bombshell, examining her latter-day career in low budget horror movies.
Howling success: The new British horror movie Dog Soldiers is something to howl about - here's the lowndown on how it got made.
Choise cuts: House On The Edge Of The Park, Anthropophagus The Beast, Swing Shift, Andrei Rublev, Baise-Moi.
Dutch treats: Allan Bryce interviews Paul Verhoeven, the man who gave us Showgirls and never had the good grace to apologise.


Issue 97
June/July 2002
Hollywood chainsaw heroine: An exclusive interview with legendary scream queen Linnea Quigley who came to England recently to film Kannibal.
An appointment with Pervirella: Meet Britbabe Emily Booth, star of Cradle Of Fear and some very salacious video covers.
Frankenstein created woman: The tragic story of Susan Denberg, Playboy model, Hammer heroine and casualty of the 60s.
The Dark Side horror guide: From Scream And Die to Seedpeople.
DVD video library: Allan Bryce checks out the latest DVD releases including Zombie Flesh Eaters 2, Zombie Creeping Flesh, UFO, Teenage Zombies, The Cremators, Stagefright, Madman, Halloween 4 & 5, Bloodsuckers, Island Of Death, Cannibal Apocalypse, Strait-Jacket, Mr. Sardonicus, Homicidal, Hearts In Atlantis, Dr. Orloff's Monster, Route 666, A.I., The Evil Dead.
Erika Blanc: Profile of the gorgeous Italian actress, star of The Devil's Nightmare and Mark Of The Devil 2.
Demon lady: Interview with Corallina Cataldi Tassoni, of Demons 2, Opera, and Phantom Of The Opera.
Diana Dors: Britain's original blonde bombshell went on to become a regular fixture in low budget horror movies.


Issue 96
April/May 2002
Feeling the Spain: News and reviews from the Sitges Film Festival, Spain's annual celebration of all things weird and wonderful.
American independents: The lower the budget, the bigger the imagination. An indepth look at the gore fans who make their own movies.
Nutbag: A serial killer thriller shot on the streets of Las Vegas could be a passport to fame for director Nick Palumbo.
Greek tragedy: Director Nico Mastorakis talks about his notorious video nasty, Island Of Death.
The Dark Side horror guide: From Sandman to Screamtime.
DVD video library: Allan Bryce checks out the latest DVD releases including Mario Bava: Maestro Of The Macabre, Dario Argento: An Eye For Horror, Sleepless, I Vampiri, The People That Time Forgot, Robocop trilogy, The Sorcerers, Face Of Fu Manchu, Cut And Run, Ebola Syndrome, City Of The Dead, The Wasp Woman, Beast of the Yellow Night, Mad Max, Replicant, Kiss Of The Dragon.
Choise cuts: The Hire, Nosferatu, The Bad Lieutenant.
Morell choices: Hammer horror star Andre Morell comes under the spotlight in John Hamilton's exhaustive profile.
Horror in music: The thrills are alive with the sound of... Goblin, Motorhead, and some very dodgy heavy metal bands.


Issue 95
February/March 2002
Mystery Guest: The long and varied career of Val Guest, from Will Hay comedies to Quatermass and Confessions Of A Window Cleaner.
Choise cuts: New releases: Pasolini's Salo, Fulci's The New York Ripper and City Of The Living Dead. Also Dark Skies, Justine, Johnny Got His Gun, Suspiria.
They Call Her One-Eye: Sweden's most controversial rape and revenge saga comes to DVD after 30 years.
Juan Bosch: An exclusive Dark Side interview with the director of Paul Naschy's Exorcism.
The Dark Side horror guide: From Sabotage (1937) to Saturn 3.
DVD video library: Allan Bryce checks out the latest DVD releases including Monsters Crash The Pajama Party Spook Show Spectacular, Bad Taste, Jeepers Creepers, Witchfinder General, Whistle And I'll Come To You, Dracula Prince Of Darkness, She, The Death Curse Of Tartu/Sting Of Death, A Night To Dismember, The Black Cat/The Fat Black Pussy-Cat, The Crawling Hand, The Monster From The Ocean Floor, The Fear Chamber, Star Trek: The Motion Picture The Director's Edition, Jurassic Park III.
Roman scandals: John Hamilton continues his exhaustive look at the horror film career of Roman Polanski.
Jeepers Creepers has become the biggest horror hit of the year. Alan Jones interviews its director, Victor Salva.
Ghosts Of Mars: Anton van Beek reviews the latest from John Carpenter.


Issue 94
Dec/January 2002
Little chop of horrors: Sloan Freer interviews Bill Mosely, the macabre ''Chop Top'' in Texas Chainsaw 2.
Roman scandals: He may be a little Pole, but he's got a big talent! Roman Polanski's career profiled.
Dark Visions: News about the Godzilla series, Hannibal, House Of A 1000 Corpses, The Matrix 2, Belphegor The Phantom Of The Louvre and more.
The Dark Side horror guide: From Ring (1996) to Rush Week.
DVD video library: Allan Bryce checks out the latest DVD releases including Doomwatch, Witchfinder General, Girl On A Motorcycle, The Honeymoon Killers, The Black Cat (1981), Rape Of The Vampire, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, The Carry On films, Amityville Horror, Jack The Ripper (1988), Planet Of The Vampires, Suspiria, An American Werewolf In London, Friday The 13th Part V: A New Beginning, Friday The 13th Part VI: Jason Lives, Dracula's Daughter/Son Of Dracula, The Mummy's Hand/The Mummy's Tomb, The Mummy's Ghost/The Mummy's Curse, Werewolf Of London/She-Wolf Of London, The Legend Of Hell House, Demonia, The Stone Tape.
Choise cuts: Many Dario Argento movies have suffered at the hands of the censor. Brad Stevens reveals the true extent of the damage. (The Bird With The Crystal Plumage, The Cat O' Nine Tails, Deep Red, Inferno, Tenebrae, The Stendhal Syndrome)
The fright stuff: The full story of London's Frightfest, as experienced by Kim Newman.
Roadkill: Jim Van Bebber's gory underground classics come to DVD. (My Sweet Satan, Roadkill: The Last Days of John Martin)

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